Neelaya Sukhamwang

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OBJECTIVES To classify high-nuclear-grade breast cancer (BC) into typical medullary carcinoma (TMC), atypical medullary carcinoma (AMC), and non-medullary carcinoma (NMC), and luminal A, luminal B, and HER2, and to correlate these tumors with other prognostic factors. MATERIALS AND METHODS A retrospective study reviewing high-nuclear-grade BCs. The(More)
Background:Glutathione S-transferase Pi (GSTPi) expression is one of the factors, which is known to be associated with development of resistance to chemotherapeutics in cancer patients, including those with breast cancer. Yet, its expression has been reported to be undetectable in cancer cells in high percent of patients with primary breast cancer. However,(More)
Most calcifications depicted on mammograms are benign. However, calcifications are important because they can be the first and earliest sign of malignancy. For detection and analysis of microcalcifications, high-quality images and magnification views are required. The American College of Radiology (ACR) Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS)(More)
Objective To report two cases of fungal infection, zygomycosis and aspergillosis, of the breast, diagnosed by fi ne needle aspiration (FNA) cytology. In most reports, these fungal species are not frequently encountered in immunocompetent hosts. Both of our patients were in healthy condition. Materials and methods All breast FNA cases obtained over a 5 year(More)
OBJECTIVES To determine the clinical, imaging and pathological findings of Paget's disease of the breast. MATERIALS AND METHODS Approval by Institutional Review Board was granted and informed consent was waived. Retrospective review of the pathological diagnosis of 2,361 women with breast carcinoma between January 2004 and April 2010 revealed 27 patients(More)
INTRODUCTION This study aims to correlate fine-needle aspiration specimens diagnosed as C3 (atypical, probably benign) and C4 (suspicious, probably malignant) with histology and mammography, and to evaluate these two cytology categories in terms of diagnostic usefulness and patient management. METHODS All fine-needle aspiration (FNA) specimens in(More)
A 2-year-old girl presented with prolonged fever and progressive dyspnea for 3 weeks. A chest radiograph revealed a left lung infiltrate and associated pleural effusion. Echocardiography revealed a large posterior mediastinal mass extending to the left atrial wall and massive pericardial effusion. The presumptive diagnosis was lymphoma. At operation, a(More)
A 45-year-old woman presented with bilateral palpable breast masses, which were clinically suspicious of either mammary carcinomas or phyllodes tumors. Fine needle aspiration (FNA) study suggested low-grade lymphoma. Histological and immunohistochemical studies of an incisional biopsy specimen of the left breast lesion confirmed the diagnosis of low-grade(More)
A 33-year-old man presented with a painless, non-growing left testicular mass for five years. Preoperative ultrasonography (US) of the scrotum showed a small, circumscribed calcific mass in the right testis and another well-defined heterogeneous echoic mass with a partially calcified wall in the left testis, with avascularity on colour Doppler US. These(More)
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